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In this episode, Shon will be covering CISSP Exam questions that are associated with Domain 4 (Communication and Network Security) of the ISC2 CISSP Exam.
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hey Alice John Gerber again from reduce cyber risk and I've got my cissp exam questions that I'm putting out there for you all to help you study for the cissp exam this is RCR 13 episode 13 and we're going to be covering the main for communication and network security okay Steve Owens are first question what is a good definition of fibre Channel older over ethernet protocol to fcoe what is a good definition of the fcoe or fiber channel over ethernet protocol sophisticated storage protocol that enables fiber channel Communications to run over ethernet sophisticated routing protocol that enables medications to run over the internet is to get a data carrying technique that's data from one node to the next or D allows voice calls be made using the internet a is sophisticated storage protocol enabling fiber channel Communications over the ethernet be sophisticated routing protocol that enables fiber channel Communications over the internet see sophisticated data carrying technique that move data from one no to the next or D allows voice calls be made using the internet to answer is a Viber Channel Communications over the entire over ethernet through the tile narrow that down a little bit so those are key questions to consider if you're taking the test is look at some of the answers that one throw out the first two that you can get rid of that you don't need and then try to look at the question and focus on what are key pieces of information you can take out of the question and her references on that infosec Institute has that the lake is in the show notes what is the best definition to what is the best definition of multiprotocol label switching or mpls technology this is typically found in people houses are in Enterprises in these are used to connect different into bit into entities so it's a writing technique in Broadband networks that direct data from one note to the next on short path labels a rotting technique in telecommunication networks that direct data from one note to the next based on short path labels a sophisticated storage protocol that enables fiber channel Communications to run directly over ethernet none of the above okay so it's basically dealing with Broadband networks at direct data from a note to the next base on short path labels a writing technique and telecommunication networks that direct data from one note to the next based on short path labels or see a sophisticated storage protocol that enables fibre Channel communication to run directly over ethernet answer is technique in telecommunication networks that direct data from one note to the next based on Shore path labels s mpls Technologies if you look at the name multiprotocol label switching it allows you to do labels with the different vertebrates protocols and helps you communicate with these different entities and it allows you to have a very strong connection over over the internet and so therefore what ends up happening is that it allows you to to increase your bandwidth to the special when you have remote locations that use mpls networks to do a lot of that and they're very solid strong Wikipedia will talk about the multipro multiprotocol label switching and there's a reference software-defined networking sdn is meant to address which of the following architectures dynamic architectures be static architectures teas help organizing architectures or D various hybrid architectures question is software-defined networks is meant to address which of the following architectures static self-organizing or various hybrids the answer is B static jstn is basically meant to address these static architectures of a traditional network is you networks are constantly static until there for at least it helps that uses software to find to basically decentralizing komplex these these networks and allows you to be able to spread them out in and it uses someone you're switching back and forth on the networks are actually working it's using software to help to find where to actually explored the the information to Wikipedia's sdn attempts to centralize network intelligence in one network component by disassociating the Ford process of network packets the data plan or the control plane so that sits and it allows a software-defined where the packets go the control plan consist of one or more controllers which are considered as the brain of the sdn network or the whole intelligence is incorporated and this works really well if you can get it turned on where instead of in the past you have a you send something from point A to point B and it would have to go all over the place but the software-defined networks will then basically switch the packets to determine which way it needs to go based on the software so I can you get this in Wikipedia at software-defined networking all right that's all I got for this episode of this is our 13th RCR and this is my cissp training I want to just plan APUSH out there for Sean Gerber., got to be starting that up New Mexico the site but we're getting it right now under development but I'll have cissp certification exam questions and study material available for you to join my membership and also get just yell out of free stuff out there as well but will help you through the cissp exam as we know taking the cissp can be a huge Challenge and that we want to help you pass it the first time you also can go to youtube.com and get my cissp certification out there as well just go in type in cissp certification and Sean Gerber and you will find it the domains 1 through 4 and domains 5 through 8 or you going to do cyber s Canal point you in the udemy direction as well I hope you guys enjoy this and we'll be having some more episodes be coming out soon have a great day see you
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